Mehdi Tale Masouleh received the B. Eng. M. Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical engineering (Robotic) from the Laval University, Québec, Canada, in 2006 , 2007 and 2010, respectively, under the supervision of Prof. Gosselin and Prof. Husty. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow under the supervision of Prof. Gosselin in the Robotic Laboratory of Laval University. He is currently a faculty member of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of Tehran. He is also the director of Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory, known as TaarLab for its Persian abbreviation. His research interests are kinematics, dynamic and design of serial and parallel robotic systems, Humanoid, mobile robots and optimization techniques (interval analysis and convex optimization ...) for robotic applications. He is supervising several undergraduate and graduate students and published several papers in different filed of robotic mechanical systems. Some of industrial projects under the supervision of Mehdi Tale Masouleh are the development of a 3-DOF parallel mechanisms, Haptic device for dental education simulation and the development of a FPGA-based mobile robot called MRTQ (a counter part for epuck). He loves Masouleh and BELIEVES that Masouleh could be a place where he can build his own Masouleh Institute of Technology (MIT) and Masouleh Air. One of his favorite animation is "Masouleh" by Bahram Azimi.
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